This trip was filmed during a biking trip from Kelowna to Penticton in the Okanagan Valley. My enjoyment of biking in Canada has grown since my last trip. Now I had the opportunity to bike in the beautiful Okanagan Valley. Compared to my previous trip, this one was extremely easy considering the 70 km that were downhills. In this sense, I had nothing to worry about but enjoy the Kettle Valley Trail (KVR), sightings of wild animals, and the fantastic views of Okanagan Lake.
I hope you can enjoy this video!
01:07:00 First view of Okanagan Lake
01:15:18 Old Train Tunnel
01:17:10 Pondersoa Pine
01:21:00 Amazing Okanagan Lake view
Strava activity: https://www.strava.com/activities/7155036761
I want to thank the editor SashaKolos and his fantastic work again! Thanks also for incorporating some of your incredible footage at the beginning of my videos!
Axel Ramos mixed the music for the video. It is sublime, my friend! Thanks!
About This Trip
Being in academia has its perks. This time I decided to take a biking trip after the successful Western Canada Math Biology Spring Workshop 2022 at the University of British Columbia Kelowna Campus. Unfortunately, I didn’t use my bike this time, and it probably was for the best because I would feel all the first 40 km of bumpy road and blast the last 30 km down hills, which would have been dangerous. For this trip, I had no option but to rent a little comfy cruiser bike as a part of a package tour. It helped to have some springs in the seat at the end of the day, and the bicycle naturally slowed me down, and I could enjoy biking as a tourist.